HDR scene detection and capturing strategy

@article{Vallikumari2011HDRSD,
  title={HDR scene detection and capturing strategy},
  author={V. Vallikumari and B. Ravikiran and K. Prudvi Raju},
  journal={2011 Annual IEEE India Conference},
  year={2011},
  pages={1-4}
}
Existing high dynamic range(HDR) imaging acquisition techniques are limited to the skill of the end user and offline. We propose an algorithm to detect HDR scene and suggest optimal exposure sets for a given scene. 

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